Pope St. Pius X’s “Prophecy for France”

Pope St. Pius X’s “Prophecy for France”


I am most grateful to a friend from Belgium who, while reading the works of Pope St. Pius X, stumbled upon the great saint’s “Prophecy for France” in which we at “Ste. Jehanne et Ste. Thérèse,” indeed, at “Le Royaume,” our parent site, also place our hope. May “Le Royaume de France Catholique” (the Kingdom of Catholic France) be restored soon under the Great French Monarch who will work with a holy Pope to defeat the enemies of God and restore the Catholic Church, Catholic Culture, and all of Catholic Civilization.

Read more about St. Pius X’s “Prophecy for France” at The Angelus Online.

Pope St. Pius X

The allocution Vi Ringrazio (Nov. 29, 1911)9

“What shall I say to you now, dear sons of France, who groan beneath the weight of persecution? The people who made an alliance with God at the baptismal font of Rheims will repent and return to its first vocation. Her faults will not remain unpunished, but she will never perish, the daughter of so many merits, so many sighs, and so many tears.

A day will come, and we hope it will not be far, when France, like Saul on the road to Damascus, will be surrounded by a heavenly light and will hear a voice repeating to her, “My daughter, why do you persecute me?” And to her response, “Who art thou, Lord?” the voice will reply, “I am Jesus, whom you persecute. It is hard for you to kick against the goad, because, in your obstinacy, you destroy yourself.” And she, trembling and astonished, will say, “Lord, what wouldst thou have me do?” And He will say, “Rise up, wash the filth that has disfigured you, awaken in your heart those dormant affections and the pact of our alliance and go, eldest daughter of the Church, predestined nation, vessel of election, go, as in the past, and carry my name before all peoples and before the kings of the earth.”

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2 comments on “Pope St. Pius X’s “Prophecy for France”

  1. La Salette.

    From the prophecy secrets of La Salette:
    “Paris, this city soiled by all kinds of crimes, will perish infallibly. ”
    “If my people continue, what I will say to you will arrive earlier, if it changes a little, it will be a little later. France has corrupted the universe, one day it will be punished. The faith will die out in France: three quarters of France will not practice religion anymore, or almost no more, the other part will practice it without really practicing it. Then, after [that], nations will convert, the faith will be rekindled everywhere. A great country, now Protestant, in the north of Europe, will be converted; by the support of this country all the other nations of the world will be converted.

    Before all that arrives, great disorders will arrive, in the Church, and everywhere. Then, after [that], our Holy Father the Pope will be persecuted. His successor will be a pontiff that nobody expects. Then, after [that], a great peace will come, but it will not last a long time. … All that I tell you here will arrive in the other century, at the latest in the year two thousand…France, Italy, Spain, and England will be at war. Blood will flow in the streets. Frenchman will fight Frenchman, Italian will fight Italian. A general war will follow which will be appalling. For a time, God will cease to remember France and Italy because the Gospel of Jesus Christ has been forgotten. The wicked will make use of all their evil ways. Men will kill each other; massacre each other even in their homes…”

    What is happening is the result of liberalism, moral relativism, and multiculturalism, when people no longer value or uphold the standards or values of their civilization. When secularists no longer value Western civilization, they end up with jihadist mayhem. Will the last unarmed secular humanist in Europe to be murdered by terrorists still cry for more moral relativism and multiculturalism? They have a short time to change their minds, if they wish to save and preserve civilization. They need Charles Martel, not Marx, Sartre, Voltaire and Robespierre.

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